New Issue: Linux Journal August 2018 with a Deep Dive into Containers

The recent rise in popularity of container technology within the data center is a direct result of its portability and ability to isolate working environments, thus limiting its impact and overall footprint to the underlying computing system. To understand the technology completely, you first need to understand the many pieces that make it all possible. With that, may we introduce Linux Journal's Container issue.

Featured Articles in this Issue Include:

  • Linux Control Groups and Process Isolation 
  • Working with Linux Containers (LXC)
  • Orchestration with Kubernetes
  • The Search for a GUI Docker
  • Sharing Docker Containers Across DevOps Environments

Additional Articles:

  • The Chromebook Grows Up
  • FOSS Project Spotlight: SIT (Serverless Information Tracker)
  • #geeklife: weBoost 4G-X OTR Review
  • Astronomy on KDE
  • Road to RCHA: Bumps and Bruises and What I'm Studying
  • Tech Tip: Easy SSH Automation

Regular Columns Include:

  • From the Editor—Doc Searls: Engineers vs. Re-engineering
  • Kyle Rankin's Hack and /: Cleaning Your Inbox with Mutt
  • Reuven M. Lerner's At the Forge: Python and Its Community Enter a New Phase
  • Dave Taylor's Work the Shell: Creating the Concentration Game PAIRS with Bash
  • Zack Brown's diff -u: What's New in Kernel Development
  • Glyn Moody's Open Sauce: What Does "Ethical" AI Mean for Open Source?

Subscribers, you can download your August issue now.

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Carlie Fairchild is Linux Journal’s Publisher and guiding spirit. She’s been actively engaged in the Linux community for two decades and is responsible for setting the magazine’s overall direction. Carlie leads a motley team of geeks and journalists to ensure that Linux Journal stays true to its founding ideologies of personal freedom and open-source technical innovation.

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